Feng Shui Cures Empowerment

By S.BS. Surendran

Feng Shui is a wonderful combination of art, science and intuition which can be used to enhance every area of your life when implemented accurately.

Feng Shui symbolism is quite powerful and helps in countering defects which cannot be corrected through structural changes; however the symbolism should adhere to the requirements laid down as per the tenets of Feng Shui.

Placing Symbolism without proper affirmation, positive thoughts will not empower them to exude the support one would expect, hence handling them with care and good vibes would do a lot good. In Feng Shui , the Oriental scripts and words are graphically beautiful. They communicate special meaning through a visual experience hence these objects are used as symbols of good luck. Some of them have hidden meanings while other products convey the meaning more directly.

Feng Shui cures have been around for centuries, and as traditional Oriental beliefs put it, these remedies have also been tried and tested for their effectiveness in improving many aspects of life. Even more importantly, Feng Shui has served as an essential guide for many modern homes and businesses, through the use of many Feng Shui enhancers. One such cure which can be found in many of the home or office is Feng Shui wind chimes.

According to Feng Shui, if there is an imbalance of chi in the body, one can feel unwell or acquire diseases. Similarly if an imbalance of chi is present in the business premises, it may not be very profitable. Feng Shui wind chimes, like many other Feng Shui remedies, serve to enhance the flow of chi and harness it to your benefit.

The Chinese were the first to cast bronze wind bells (the precursor to modern wind chimes) or (feng ling) around 1000 B.C.  Over the centuries wind chimes gradually gained religious significance, becoming intertwined with the Chinese cultural traditions of Buddhism, Confucianism and Feng Shui. Wind chimes are supposed to bring good luck.

Wind chimes help slow positive energy as it approaches a building, inviting it inside. The type of luck a person wants to attract to their home or business can be controlled by the number of rods on the wind chime. Feng Shui wind chimes help distribute the flow of chi into your home in an even or balanced fashion, because too little or too much chi in one area is generally not acceptable as it is a imbalance.

There are many different types of wind chimes, made out of a number of different materials. The material has special significance in Feng Shui, they are predominantly used to represent the different elements. Glass chimes are used to symbolize the water element. Bamboo and wood chimes are used to symbolize the wood element. Ceramic chimes are used to symbolize the earth element. Metal is the most commonly represented element, with chimes made out of brass, steel, aluminum, iron, bronze and copper.

Most importantly the Wind chimes should sound pleasant when the chimes strike a note and not cause discomfort to the occupants, as Feng Shui is all about restoring harmony and peace.

S.BS. Surendran is an accredited master feng shui consultant, traditional vaastu practitioner and bio-energetician based in Bangalore, India. He can be contacted via fengshui@fengshuiserver.com

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